Fishing in Brains for an Eye with Teeth
by William Markly O'Neal is currently free for Kindle. Includes a short story published in Weird Tales.
"Fishing in Brains for an Eye with Teeth" is a collection of Thirteen Tales of Terror, all written by William Markly O'Neal.
Featured are two previously published stories: 'Bob Bodey’s Body Parts', which originally appeared in Weird Tales magazine, Issue #346; and 'Sensory Desolation', which was first published in Cover of Darkness, (from Sam’s Dot Publishing) in May of 2011.
In 'Bob Bodey's Body Parts,' a man finds he can purchase Real functioning Body Parts from a vending machine. WARNING: Real means Real!
In 'Sensory Decimation', the Sheriff of a rural Indiana County gets some help tracking down a serial killer. His benefactors are five mysterious psychics... who don't tell the Sheriff the terrible price he'll pay for their assistance.
Other stories in this collection include…. 'www.$ellYerSoul2Satan.hel', the tale of a man who gets the girl the old fashioned way: by selling his soul to the Devil; 'The Legend of Bullet Lake', a ghost story that turns deadly for five young men on a hunting trip; 'Crimson House', answering the timeless question, "What happens to successful serial killers when they get old?”; 'The Night Lightning Strikes Paintersville', a place where madness manifests itself in art; 'Edgar Alan Poem Meets Elizabeth Barrett Brownie', where a monster stalks a single mom using the Internet; 'She Dreams of Murder', the story of a man who hears his sleeping wife talk about killing him; and 'I Was a Teenage Beehive', a tragic tale that just might give you a buzz.
There are also four pieces of flash fiction. Even the worst monsters have 'Embarrassing Secrets'. Even perfect machines experience 'System Failure'. Truth or Dare makes for fun 'Graveside Games'. And when the Emergency Broadcast System declares, “THIS IS NOT A TEST!” shouldn’t we listen?
These horror stories contain profanity, gore, graphic violence, and some sexual situations.
William Markly O’Neal is a proud member of the Horror Writer’s Association. He is on Twitter @WilliamMarklyON. Follow him on Facebook at www.facebook.com/WilliamMarklyONeal… if you dare.
And, Don, the stories appear to be full length.